JUST four games will take place in the Premier League this weekend as the FA Cup returns for the quarter-finals.
Liverpool host Watford in the late kick off hoping to bounce back from their 2-1 Derby Day defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Marcus Rashford scored a fantastic first half brace to hand Liverpool, who pulled one back through an Eric Bailly own goal, just their first defeat in their last six games.
They host a Watford side that lost their first game in three following two successive 1-0 wins against West Brom and Everton as they lost 3-0 to Arsenal at the Emirates.
Elsewhere, struggling Stoke City host Everton with both sides desperate to get out of their poor run of form.
Stoke were easily beaten by champions-elect Manchester City 2-0 on Monday and find themselves in the middle of a relegation battle.
Bournemouth, fresh off their 4-1 defeat to Tottenham host a West Brom side who have lost their last six consecutive Premier League games.
Boss Alan Pardew is expected to remain in charge for Saturday’s fixture, despite going down 4-1 to Leicester at the weekend
In the weekend’s only other fixture, Huddersfield Town host Crystal Palace.